Uppu Seedai Recipe with Rice Flour
Krishna Jayanthi/Gokulashtami is around the corner. Make this uppu seedai for neivdayam and Enjoy Festival.
Happy Gokulashtami to all.
1 cup rice
2 tsp ghee
1 tsp jeera
Salt to taste
Oil for deep frying
Wash and soak the rice for about 30 minutes.Drain well and spread on a clean white cloth to dry for 10 minutes.Grind the rice in mixie until soft flour.Sieve the flour and keep aside.
Grind the roasted gram dal in mixie ,sieve the flour and keep aside.
Mix the rice flour,roasted gram flour,jeera,ghee,salt and make a soft dough using water.Make it into small balls and leave to dry on a clean cloth.Heat oil in a kadai and dry fry the seedai.Take it out and Store in airtight containers.
My fav…but havent got the courage to make them at home…urs look perfect
Thanx for sharing the recipe dear…i like seedai very much.
This is new to me …. the recipe looks quite interesting. Luv the elaborate steps.
Cheers n Happy Cooking,
uppu seedai looks perfect and tempting.. thanks for the awesome recipe 🙂
This is something new to me… looks very interesting!
Nice looking seedai. Gokulashtami wishes to u and ur family.
I tried once and the kitchen was full of splashed oil 😛
Never ever dared to try again,yours has come out well, adding pottukadalai flour is new to me!
This looks interesting ..very new to me.thanks for sharing dear 🙂
cute n yummy snack…
every year i make this, but this year i skipped and made only thattai and murruku.We make it in a different way.Adding gram flour is new to me.nice click
அருமையாக இருக்கு,இன்னும் தேங்காய் பால் சேர்த்து செய்தால் நன்றாகயிருக்கும்…கோகுலாஷ்டமி வாழ்த்துக்கள்!!
yumm yumm.Love this recipe:)
Crispy seedais looks prefect and asking me to have some..
Super seedai prema, i love to munch on them always…
Nice savory snack with detailed explanation and pics.Thank you.
Very new recipe, looks great and looks munchy !!!
Wonderful pics and perfect looking sedai !! I never tired this one at home !!
Crunchy and delicious Prema…
Wow…totally new to me…loved the dish….will try it soon…
wow those seedais r my favorite but never prepared at home ,thanks prema for sharing the recipe in detail
your seedai looks perfect…def be trying these…
perfectly done seedai, romba nalla irukku prema
Hi Premalatha! This is my first time here. You have a nice blog. This looks like a really tasty snack.
BTW, thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a comment 🙂
wow..seedai looks crispy and nice picture… visit my site whenever..
cute seedai….happy janmashtami!
Sounds delicious. And addictive.
It looks really delicious and this recipe is also a source of inspiration for the development of other typical Mediterranean recipes
Wish you and your family a very Happy Janmashtami.
Very nice and wonderful dish. Looks delicious.
Seedai is really a tough snack to do at home. You have mastered it. I am always afraid of that seedai cracking in oil:) Looks super good and delicious dear.
really a yummy one…
This recipe is new to me also.Wat a wonderfulclick! looks so so temptinG!
lovely blog and sweet recipes which brings back my childhood memories with them….
seedai are one of my favourites. thanks for shring 🙂
have bookmarked it and shall give it a try…
can we use readymade rice flour instead to save time ?
ya u can use…but the taste is not same.